No, I don’t mean falling asleep after a few too many drinks… pub chains are increasingly getting into the hotel market: offering budget rooms in some great locations. Would you stay at one?
Gin’s a crowded market these days, with dozens of brands jostling for space on supermarket shelves — but what’s the best tonic water to pair with the UK’s favourite spirit?
A shortage of CO2 gas across Europe continues to affect the supply and production of food and drinks. Have you noticed the impact just yet?
Today is National Tea Day and some of you may be partaking in a cup or two or even having an afternoon tea treat. But if you’re caffeine intolerant, indulging in this most English of traditions can, quite literally, be a headache, says our guest, community member Beryl… (more on decaffeinated tea…)
Ever had a favourite food or drink that you enjoy regularly, only for it to disappear from the shelves? It’s not uncommon for companies to discontinue products with no explanation – which ones do you miss?
Don’t you love the smell of freshly-brewed coffee? But it’s not just for drinking hot – here are three tasty ways to use this versatile ingredient, and we’d love to hear about your favourite coffee recipes too.
A meal or drink out is a nice treat. But faced with so many options on the menu and a small window to decide what to have, how much attention do you actually pay to what you ordered? (ordering food and drink…)
I’m passionate about wine, but lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of complaints about people feeling ripped off when ordering it. From not getting the bottle you asked for in a restaurant to the extortionate prices of wine clubs and wine for weddings, it seems there’s a lot to, er, whine about…
(more on wine…)
Cafes in Australia are serving coffee from scooped-out avocados and carrots – is this a fad too far? (more on avolattes and carrotcinos…)
Rejoice! It’s the weekend and, as such, some of you may well be tucking into a bottle (or two – just remember to drink sensibly, folks) of plonk. But how much should you spend for a decent bottle?
Christmas… a time of music, laughter, food and family. As we near that special day, guest contributor Ian has penned a Which?-style guide (sort of) to getting everything right and having a wonderful time.
Have you been left unimpressed by your Nespresso machine? Well you wouldn’t be the only one. Ben Preston, Editor of Radio Times, is here to tell why he’s ditched his Nespresso in favour of a bean-to-cup coffee machine…
(more on coffee…)
The news that Nestlé is scrapping the old-favourite Toffee Deluxe from its Quality Street selection and replacing it with a new sweet – the Honeycomb Crunch – was met with widespread outrage last week.
How often have you gone for a picnic or been at an outdoors event and added your disposable plastic plates, cutlery, cups and food containers to the mountain of similar waste by the bin?